Published on September 22, 2016
Brian Pagliano, top Hillary Clinton Email Server Architect was found to be in "Contempt of Congress" for his "Failure to Appear" before the House Oversight and Reforms Committee. Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) provides contextual background for the motion before the Committee with 5 minute comments provided by Republicans and Democrats for and against the motion.
In a 19-15 vote in FAVOR of a finding of Contempt, the matter will be under review for 48 hours, after which, the recommendation will be brought before the entire House of Representatives which is required for a vote to officially find Mr. Pagliano to be in Contempt.
Should the majority of the House of Representatives vote affirmatively in favor of finding Mr. Pagliano to be in Contempt, the matter will most likely be sent by referral to the Department of Justice / Superior Court in the District of Columbia for Criminal Proceedings.
Mr. Pagliano had been subpoenaed at least twice by Chairman Chaffetz to provide verbal/written testimony regarding the Hillary Clinton Email Server issue, as well as to provide the "Immunity Agreement" that is alleged to exist providing Mr. Pagliano from criminal prosecution for any testimony he may provide before Congress.
The Immunity Agreement does not however provide protections from "Failing to Appear" before Congress as required by a lawfully executed Subpoena. Failing to Appear, and Failing to Provide Requested Documents, is potentially a criminal offense that must be prosecuted by the Department of Justice under separate charges not included within the original Immunity Agreement.
Source: Scott Anthony YouTube Channel
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